By: Mira Kelley
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Canadian Health Authorities are now pulling the popular gin nationwide due to a production error that bumped the alcoholic content of the beverage from 40% to 77%. During the production process a problem occurred when switching from one bottling tank to another. These tanks control how much alcohol gets placed in the different bottle sizes. The Canadian Food Agency is urging anyone with the over-proofed bottles to throw them out or return them (cnn.com). The entire situation is still under investigation but they are speculating more things to recalled in a matter of time.